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STAMFORD– A 68- year-old retired Stamford male is dealing with extradition for presumably taking a person’s computer system while undergoing protection at a Florida flight terminal.
William Bachmann, of Shippan Method, was kept in lieu of a $25,000 court-appearance bond and also sent out to court Thursday early morning for accusation.
According to Florida authorities, Bachman was capturing an airplane to New york city City at the Ft Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Terminal on Jan. 9,2017 On his method via protection testing, he presumably got an additional traveler’s Apple MacBook Pro laptop.
According to the Broward Region Constable’s record, Bachman “maintained it as his very own after finishing the testing procedure. The suspicious after that boarded Spirit Airlines trip number 80 to New York City City.” The computer system deserves $955, the record stated.
The record stated the whole event was recorded on flight terminal security video clip and also when spoken to, Bachman confessed taking the computer system yet urged that he left it behind prior to boarding the trip.
” This case contrasted what was recorded on security video clip,” the record stated.
If given Florida, Bachman will certainly encounter a fee of third-degree grand burglary.